Tag: #ThursdayTreeLove


Flowering Canonballs #ThursdayTreeLove

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This post is a day late but ever since I spotted this flowering Canonball tree, I have been dying to share it . I first spotted this tree several years ago while walking down the shaded lanes of Gamdevi. At that time I thought it was a tree with some parasitical growth. Then I spotted …


Jackfruit Beauties #ThursdayTreeLove

Earlier this week, I managed to shake off the lethargy that had gripped me these past few months . I actually managed to haul myself out of bed get into my walking shoes. I braced myself to walk around the compound in semi darkness. But, being a reluctant walker, I was looking for an excuse …


The Cannon Ball Tree #ThursdayTreeLove

With Little Po and Ms Papaya on holiday, I decided to take them for a Nature walk to Hanging Gardens. I doubt they were really interested but nonetheless I pointed out interesting trees and flowers and asked them to repeat the names. They were more excited to collect the twigs and leaves but when they …


Purple tree #ThursdayTreeLove

  Across the road from where I live, are two flowering purple trees. According to me they are the Jacaranda- a tree that is native to South America . It is also native to India because it has a name in Sanskrit too – one that sounds remarkably like the English name . But last …


Tree houses #ThursdayTreeLove

I’ve been passing this tree for four years now but only noticed this morning when Little Po shouted out ” Hey there’s a parrot” that it was home to not one but three parrots ! This hollow tree brought a new meaning to a tree house ! Linking up with Parul’s #ThursdayTreeLove. Happy Valentine’s Day …


Bending backwards or bending forward? #ThursdayTreeLove-1

While walking through the garden this Monday, I came upon these trees that were distinctly leaning in one direction. Were they bending backwards? Or were they bending forwards? It all depends from your point of view. These trees reminded me that In life too, there are different points of view. And they are all right …